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ill.O luSBs noim
Me..-..,iyl,iiinrni in rail have llirtelinia
(ufc, in lln milium iiinlrr ii 'lririi ' hruiluiff
1 1 Itt- rl'- ol ' l r tiiKititj or a-IJr yar I
ayable luinerly iua lunn. I
Hunt it lire, St linen Hllil flu Mure,
A. II A I.I.KY-ln-itlcr in S in awl llitnl-
WHII', liaclcn Ul'l lllllll'l's1 I 'I . Il-IIHIJ l.-t, W In:
it.)!.!-, Iti-inv'aliilot-, ruin' .iri'l Ladder-.
I I ontnm-cml Ai'.niie. i .iiitinn;', .ii"l .loti
.Vol k limit oil r lii-rl li"l M I'i
I. -.M.-'.AIIKY Healer in li te land v., Ill mi-
i. ll'.ol ill', mill. a, HIillliC und Mlrl.i'-H
! "ler, lulh iiimI whins'!. a llllet' mi'l ur.
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..ois, I'li.i'l., th'., hnr'l mi'l i-oit .uiiilitr and
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i.llllin i iul til il.'li- and M h-i,i!ilIoi .'.''llllf.
(lulliiiilC hiii! Men liilitl Ifiiloriiiic.
lliUi-ii.il M-fie I lotliWK. 7-i iIhu l. viv.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
-1 1 1 -
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Hood ltunnins Two j
Daily 'I rsirH Irom Cairo.
Trains Lttv Cairo
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Co, " a.m.
i -JO p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
ViLLE FAST LIiNU
A ri;n' n 1 iRi'liniiti am: l.oui--
v 1 1 if . p l i, a in : Iii'li in.i.'i!i-, I I'i a.m.:
I 'ii ---1; (f -i by llii t:.on anucat aljoM!
OF ANY OTHER E0U1.
:. '.n p. Di. Y a-t Mu.l with '."I" ! ' ;i!:.i. ti.
' t !. tor . 1 . 1. 1 M IS, -in. I (. Illi Vii t,
:iiriin in fL l.oul" at o. Hi a. m ' In
rat.i at l.:.'i p.m. Ciii.iii i tiii.' a: lilt
f'T KlI. tl 211 :tlli I'T lliilllllltl, I.'llli-M.'il'
h ii J linl:ai.ap.iii.
FAST TIME EAST
't.--.'ii-' r t.y tlm lin thMitij;!! to
Hit- Ka( w'illioiit any iklay i ;iu-f l by
tut- h.MI KUW .FTi:UN'ii iS IKAIN
i itiiM Alii' t a i: I i - in M W
M.b'K .MitN I A MullMVi
36 HOURS INI ADVANCE
UK A N X 'iIIIKIt Kill ll:.
l t, t 1 I !--lll Ilth lit l.tllllpflllll' lll.f" tll.lt
tlicy maki' l.' ll. r t'linj than thi one. alt)
nrf '1 ( iiln r through i,'i oruii. i' or a
ll -ll" to Ilill'-,lil till' I.tMili.'.
For lhrmirli ti K -1 - uti'l itiloiin.itio:, i
pply at llliiio 1 1 ulr d N ll. Ii' pJl. t airu. I
i main- Aim i a a 1 c a;
-) p in .
i j in.
(iin'l Sjutiitni A't.
.1. iv r. TieV rt "i
ll.i..v ti ii.'t lu "ic ii ic" li "ll'
it. rict tjt ot rrmrA it 1 1 . 1 .ii -ne in
IjJ K utrlv h'i'. Malil"io.l Cr-lnre. I. Illl-Q
rn rM-iiiiiii'iii.1 to inni 1 1 j.. i--iii",- i.
Z, Ni w iiflli'..! of trt'i'tiin nt- N
J ZJ hii'I r.inui 'lial.lf r m-'lifa. Iini"'
irf. nml '. hi. i.t it -flit Iin.' in -niit-ii -j
"zt tnvel !-. A'l ler-- HowAHIi A"- S
kJ l1 .-HiiAii..y i; ' s. .vintii a-, rinia-a
CO .-liliiit. I'a. An iri-tltutien liitt-v
O jg ing hi-rn rr !!''" I,,r l"U'"r-
iil.ii- foii'lii. I ai.'l rolr.--:jiiul
'I lie loilern litlilitlti"
I altogether th'.' oi'l')-Ue ot his ;rcat
iianiesak". The latter as a puiiMimciit
Irom the gjil tor an iiitraetion of their
coinniaiidi, was cunileiiiiied to perietual
thirst, and iniiiiovabiy fixed in watt r to
bis chin. What inil-t have been his leel
iii'.'s to see that fluid, which more llian
ail Hit! world bed b s. be wanted, w ithin
his reach, and he powcrle-s to drink it !
W hat a reliueiiieiit of ciuelty tnii-t be
-il'-h a piuii-hiiieiit. How d:llerent our
f.cliii'.'S to hi; aiit-type, who though
Millei iiiir Irom -icknc-- all Hie time, hav
ini; tiieain to lii 'i t Ihe co-t ol alleviating
hi.s ailim nt, yet delitieratelj iu j;leels tis
inff the remedii to his iccovciy. Tin:
majority l icktifs-i arises irom the tor
jtidity of the liver, and can be dissipated
and pi'cveiiteil by ihe u-e of that valuable
elixir tome the Homo Stomach liittir.
1 1 1 1 -if, l.ooiuis A ( o., thaler- in north
cin lake ice, have removed their olllee
Irom this corner of Kihth treit and
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door he
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivi'i'inj: ice in all parts of the eitys
Those desirini; tho cold stufl will leave
their orders at the new olllee, w here they
wilt receivo prompt attention.
Jamm K AVANAt'iiu, Munnger.
C'aiho, Ills., Muy 17, 1S77. .'i-17-lin
Kd. llnixton has returned to bis old
stand in tho Kel-ser building, where he is
betier prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons ami tho public who
may favor lihn w i'.h a call. He has gone
loconsiderablu expense in littlng up a
eoiiplool nicely furnished rooms, which
lie 1ms provided with all the latest im
rovenients nml cmiveuitmces. Ho em
ploys olny llrst-class workman and thoe
who patronl.H him will have their wants
attended to in style mid will receive
courteous treatment. tf
A cottiijfB on Ninth utreet, In Rood
repair. Apply to E. Dr.zosu,
31-tt City Natlonul Jluuk.
K..M. K.( .
1 ke k'ii(!!il ol the uooto order unit
at t'our hall llii- 111 .1 mi'l mud .Moinluy
.,,, ,Jlh , , '
loll l. II'. I III-, li. I,, M.
A-iCAMl.N I.OIiCK, No. 51.
hi.iirhl. el rwliue, runt every Krt
day n.l. I hi lull-.nf t Mvin, hi M'l-
KlprnV Hull lii.ttx,
t burnt llor l.'tfiii.iiunili-r.
AI.KX A N lll'.ll I.OHliK, NO IW.
.ffrrr- Iixl t -n.lt ut H,ri.f (M.l-tl-'YjSAC1
" ' evi-ry 'I Imrwlny niiiht
WAii- al l.nll' .u-t mn'ii, Hi ll ir likll no
i. in i' i' r i ll i hiii'. IiMum-ii mx Hi aiiiJ Srv ntb
'nut W n.i. h. 1 1 Kl" S. it.
'HII!' i ..S;MI'MKNT, I O. O. P..iiiM'ti
. ill-r ll.nvri' Hal! on ttn- llrst iiinl tlnnl
.Hi) in in i inoiilii, 1. 1 liiiil-Mt atviii
A . l.OMINlii, ( I'
. (.AI1IK I .olii.K. M) 117, A. F. A A. M.
f ll.il.l i' :".i.ir I'.iii.rniiiiiriitii'iia in Ma
J. n 'III1 M ' 11, I'filll.T (yfillillli'TI lul avitnuf
" ' ni l KinliMi Mrut, on tilt inuiiiii ami
n'lf, Miii..u ul I- h ifi'iiilh.
KAIl.t III' tltVKIll IMIXi.
J-All liilla r.ra :.i i!;nir.iC, an- uu'l m)-
'1 mm-ii.nt u'lv.'r'.inii.ir will I iimirii .1 at tt.
i ') i.-r )"uaif lur tlin Cral iiit.rlliK
aii'l a1 . -iiU .r h .iIj-k.jiii. nt oiiu A lihurai
'iist'i'iiit will lf nm'li on !uii Irnif aii'l 'iiij.l
K'ir iiiarrtin rUinTnl riot ire tl "i S.,t,i.'fil
;n'..-l. hi l Min ii-tii-H or fti nrt't ijf'li rn im iiIh lor
i ln.r.'li, Sucifty, F.'n'ivul unM .Suiht notit
will ..lily Li iim-ru 1 ao a.vi-rtin intina
Nti a'tvurti-fiiifiit will I rtt'tfivt-l at I --. than
U r. iiti", an! no a-iv-rtin uiciit will It- itiat-rl.'l
l"i l tim.i f ti r-- 'loliufr. ix-r moiitli
Mini, in siM mh Mini r.H
Of mir; fijunri. S lini'-i ,ii.'i') or iiiorc, in-M-r?'i
III till' bl'I.I.KIIN lis loililWa : ll.os
Itun out' .-rii'ire I'Miitit (1 x n Kjtiiirf.)
One inTlliin i-r f'jimif $ V)
Two liisortionn per ijimri.. Vi
'I'lirce liis'rliniiS irr muiirc 1 00
Six itiw-rtlii4 p r 'jo:irp 1 75
Two NAi'fkii pir si j nnri 2 .')
i )n' mutitli prr cijunr" '.i ')
.spfi-ml rHii' uia.lt on hrj.'p a'Ki rti-i'-iiifiit
r t'.r Iuiiiit titnp.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
M i rr;t h 1111 ; i jjjf .if O'j'ir' Il iiM'
JDHN REESE, Proprietor.
1 1,:- in tli.-
i.ro, i o-
1 1,-1 I, A- j i.. !.'.
r llO l...OI illllilj
'11. 1 K.
l..lr III. III. I-.
n ' 1 1. ;in orl. '
l.T.-d 1 tWlll I
. . W liru :
,ili r j.. tji.i.-I or il.r .iitiii li.t i
ll. l.o-t. 'i' l'.r..ri I r.-u l an.) all k n l !
ul i ikt-i -u:ta!.i' lor fl'l!:i-f l...al, parti.
i. i.-.ii i -. t-ii .
imiiliiiiia trial 11. -i mono . "'In.- I..i i
ol t..... al llti in"-! r--ou.i'o.' .'" - I
1 I I r-1 1 A V . Jt I.V Jl, l-77.
l'nilti'l A watch ami 'Iialn. I'i,.
i.w m r can b.ivc tb" nuiii- by i-awn,' l"r
llii- I,. .tic aii'l piuii.cf pi'iiH-iiy.
K. mi i . -I --'i
l-li tiirii mill llriti Ktla
I., i . I u: I lm ii inovi il hi- Varu-ty
llraiki t .-tort to U'a-hiiijlon av nui
in ar '! '! Ml -tl'''i-t. lb: ha-i opcm ! a
lar-'c !olk "I bracket, -le lvc-.
i hi'.uno-. picture eor'l ami ta--i I-. cur- i
tain ta-cl- l.it.ey nail-, hai raik-. He j
1 icture Iramiiiif tiia'le 1 i-p. i-ialliv
fltr.iliio timuiiti'.l iu I'.e di e.ipt-l ati'l :
A l i'k'il
all who are ::llcriii'j
li'.iin the i
vou-i weaki.i J-. early decay. loi of maii
liood, ( .'. ( Mill -end a recipe that will
cure you, in e of t liars.')'. 'I bis jn at
eindy wa- ili-covt'ied b a mi--inii:iry
in South Atiierici. S'i,d u n-lf-ad-:lte--'
d rni lope to the K"V. ,Io-eph T.
liim in. Siatiun l.
libit! J 1 1 ill-f. New
rk C itv. l-.iU-tim
I ilirni i.viiilntt, iitisilit.il.
J II I.V
To aci-omiiiod ite tbu-e pcr-ons who
wi le unable to vi-it the library on atur-
day iilternooii, e-peeially btl-ine.-s men,
the library will bt: open on Tin-flay ev-
iiinj,' duly 2ir.t, Iroui 7 until lo o'clock.
A cordial invitation is extended to all to j
vi-it the library on that evenii:'; and ex
liU.nberl.i- 11.:.. V..I.III..-,. iron.
Hooks liny he drawn duriiijf j
the evt tiiii'' aecordiii'' to tlie u-ual rules.
Tttiiitct'O nun i;;Krs.
Merchants. ifroi-ers, and saloon-keepers
-iuiild not lor,o t that .Me-rs. Corlis i
Kaiikin, I'roprietors ot the l'ranie State
r.ibai'co l-'aclory at Metropolis, have
opi ned an e-l lolishmeiit at the corner
ofsixt i strei t and Ol io leve in this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail bu-ines- in the tobacco and cij,'.'ir
line. They have on timid tin: largest
and nio-t complete .-tuck ot
ob:c co and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, find are pretiared to
supply the wants ot the trade at the
lowest livinir price. 1 leaders are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
'Iliiuk lor 1 oiirtteir.
Tboiisaiids lead miserable lives, uller.
inj; Irom il spepsia, a disonlered .stom
ach iind liver, producinjr lillioiisiiiss,
heai'tburii, co-tivene-s, weakness, irregu
lar appetite, low spirits, raisinj; food
alter catliii;, ami often fmliiir in latal
attacks of fever. They know they are
sick, yet pet little sympathy. The un
failing r niedy, which is yearly rcstorinp
thousands, is UaCostu's lladical Cure
Sold by llarclay Iiros.
A U5o bottle will convince you of its
nicrito. Don't delay another hour alter
reading this, but go and get a bottle, and
your relict is as certain as you live, Wil
you do It or will you continue to under V
Think for yourself.
I'rol. Parker's rieasiint Worm syrup
is perleelly safe and extremely palatable.
No physic rcipilred. Costs iTi cent.
Try It. 7.i,.
lSuy your tin iruit cans at the Ww
York store mid save money. jl-i:i.,ii.
Mr. Louis Herbert, Ohio levee, Is Ihe
aeiit lor .Muerlein's celebrated ( iticin
nail beer. Anextru line article. s-Jw-Uiiiiiinit.
Our representative, Mr. Seo't, will be
In Cairo with a lull line of miuijiIcs in
our line, all wishing a full suit, or over
coal, should give, him a trial as he is de
termined to keep down nionorilies.
Merchant Tailor, F.vansvllle,
.'.ir. i.oiiiii Hcrticrt on Ohio leves n the
nt'i'i.t nt Cairo I'Tthn n hcbratuJ Slotr
li'in. ( 'iiiciiiimll Inn, i In; Ik: ;it burr on
tilt; uiurket. S-Jw
li ni riil llriiin.
-I'ai.ii.i. A Wliiiloik. ilfiiliitii, lill
b ' tli in tin- uio-t Mili-lui'tory iii.'iKlicr.
Kint'li'i s yviiit, can bt: i.rotiincil tit
tin; iiiro I'ubliu I.ibrury this (Tiiivvlay)
I.ouU IbrliiTt, Ohio li-Tci'. m'
Miicili'lii'.'i tilibratf l ( .'ricinna'i l..'t.-r
In it lit wlioli'-ali; ami r trii I . Jw.
Captain .Inn .lnhiiuii ns.-iin s u
i'Vi:rytliii)' is ipiitt nbtnit tin: Illinois
I'tlitml ill aiio, aii'l will ri'inain n.
Niiii'li cnlli Min t bc'wecn W'ai-hili''-
ti.n aii'l 'iiiiiiinT'-ial,avriiiii s is n-ci-i iny
tin: iittMition of ."tip'i iiilcmli'iit Tim
Ilowiian I h ivt! a i li'.ii' anil brilliinit
K.iinpli xion .' Simply by iist m;,' Dr.
li'ill's blooil iiiixtiin." umi od.fi viii tin1
I'tlll'ii lit llrltllll,
The l.'niro ( ity Itiinliry, A. if.l'yatt
A '.., proprietor, U now turning out
work of cvf iy ili'-i.ripiion in tln ir line in
lir-t-r.- mi'l v,oiKuianlik iii.'UiIpt. lm
lan .Mil'i-r uai up U.-fon; .Jmli'
liinl yi t nJay for ij''in ilrunk on miii
diiy. II" ua- litu: ! two ilo'lmi mi'l cosfs
uti'l i-Mit to jail lor livi: lny. lb: li:ol no
-As -piritnons I i'j '.i'r will injure nu n,
-it i.piiiBi or morphia will harmfully
i ft. i t thi! luby. Lr. UuliV inl.y -vrup
is the n iiii'ily .,r 1 1 , - bitby. ll i- rrf
from (i.ium. I'i in 'J.'i ri-n! -.
Anotlii-r h'ii" ran! is up. Ii is b"
lw "li liill Sol'.'n bay ii.u'iiii; In .-, anO
"U.iit'-r," oniii'i by a gentli man of
w oo.iviili', Ky. 1 h" ru: in fur one bun
.li'.'l '.liar:s ami will - 1 1 - oil' in;
tiinr -outi in tin- city.
!.'.'-r- Ilitikl'fiV Thi"!Ji.'Wooi. pio
piict'.i'j o; tin; I'la'ili r-.' lolai.'.'O ware
b'.'i . 'ot s. -vi ral tbfpatilir-1 yc-trnlay
,, ,, In ir Iraillli'' i!i aln? ill t h" W fi-il at
Nr'-V Vor'-v. Itifll'lli.'Iili',' lhr-in to lliiik"
l.o Iiiorc -liiplni'lits Until the troiibirs of
1 1," riat I Hilruiol uriki; have sub-i'lcil,
" rcat I Hilruu'i uriki: have sub-i'li.-il.
i i -1 ill .- in'i reci ivi il a (l.pu!',li Iruin
tic cliii-I ol iiolice iti Juiiet yotiT'lay,
.-!a!'m that 1 lotitielly, one ot tin- im.n
who t i-iiMl at Tol'.mi, was In
tint t-it .'. aiil ii-aiy I"r him. fheritl
. up i. u on yi .t.-i'lay alt.'rno.iii lor ib it
' ' i:y.
j M. U.tt'1 li.i j,'oii': into ttie ice
i hu-ini'v. ...'i'i i iiuw delivering pure lake
: ic in a!i p.ii : of the ci:y. Orib'M leit
' Viiib bim a i ! I receive prompt attention,
i aii'l tti" purrr of the ic- ildivrrcil i.'uar
j uiit' el. 1 .'-iin
- '.iiniic A Wiiiilock, ib nti-l-i, are
y.-u t it-m.-i, thoroiiuhiy conver-ant with
tlif.jr lm,ni.. alld-stwi ,,.con, t0 0:u.
the pi..l.-oon. 1 heir otllee 1-over
lila.-k'--hoe ftore, 'oininercial avi'iiue,
between Kioth and Nintli .-!rci t. dive
tin ui a ua.l. 1 w.
Tiie .'iiiciiliuril board ol l iiion
'unity, have invited tiov. ( 'nllom ami
.loliii 11. Olierly, o this city, to addie-s
the peo.lt: at their (air, which takes
place at .li.nesboro on the Jltlt, 2'th
J'i:l: .u. d UTih of j!t iiibcr. lioth ;'i'ii
llciileli. we linder-laml, have accepted
Jainea 1 ion. .hue was up before .hidi:
lord ye-ierday, on complaint ot street
supervisor Talbot, who charged him
with try i i' to evade paym;: poll taS, but
evidence .-tron; rnoU,'li to convince his
bon-ir that li.jiiohne bad been guilty of
the cliari'.' w:i no' prodiit.-e l and he was
-In this tiioriiini-'s issue of tin. I'.i i
miN.w, ,,,' a ,omm,uli,;ltillI1
,. M u- ., s . . ,
s.,t,,ri,,,. .... .,.,. i!ir,i. ,ir ,,
n nice reanliii": pidlefj. Mr. Scott
emphatically denies the charge that be I
a pedl' r, butsavs he is the aient ot
Kraiik Fischer, the intreliatit tailor of
Mr. K. K. Kgnew, of the St. Charles,
is mentioned in the Chicag.) dailiea as
having arrived in that city, ami is being
entertained in line style by the hotel and
newspaper men. With Mr. llgntw's
gentlemanly and pleasing manners he
will win the esteem of nil w ho may form
bi acquaintance during his short tny in
Chicago. We vih him an enjoyable
Mrs. lirowii, wile of.l im Ilrown.uho
died in this city some two weeks ago,
appeared before 'Squire Coinings yester
day morning and swore out a warrant
for the arrest of l'hillip llieiu and Jacob
Lattiier, charging them with the killing
of her husband. The preliminary exam
ination will be had before '.Squire ( 'inn
ings this morning at ten o'clock.
I'osey, the negro suspeetml ol hav
ing been the man who shot ami robbed
Mr. C. Moore at 1'ulaskl, List Thursday
night, has proven himself Innocent of
tin deed, and was discharged. .Mm Kel
ly is the name of the party who the olli
ccrs are now after lor committing the
Margaret Donahue, a very quick
ti 'tapered and had talking iluiiie, who
was lent out ol Champaign by the
authorities of that city tor her evil
deed, came to Cairo on Sunday and
yesterday got into a rumpus with a
down-town colored damsel named' Min
erva Hurley. Margaret made use ot
language that grated very harshly on tho
spusilive ear ot :Minerva, for which
ollcnsu she belted Manjarct a heavy belt
with a billet ot wood, which raised a
large knot on Margaret's cranium, and
nearly knocked the daylights out of her.
The whole matter wound up by Mar
gnict mid Minerva falling into the hands
of the police, und Judge Ulrd lining
them live dollars and cost. Mlneiva
p.id. but Margaret will rest her weary
lliubi in the calaboose for Eleven days
Mr. Jim Biggs, agent for the Cairo
and Lvansville packet company, Informs
us that he is making preparations for an
cxcuiaion to Columbus, to take place
next Sunday on the tine Meam' r Arkan
sas llrlle. The boat w ill start at three
o'clock, returning about ten, Walter
reiinington is the flli'.iaiil and popular
commander ol the Itclle, with ( barley
lVnniiigioii in the olllee, which is a nnfil
cicnt guarantee that everybody who
got', Will have i. piea.-alit tri,i ot it.
UstfalU,'' nboiit two aid one half
miles above Mound City, ha- been a very
popular resort for our (.airu people.
Every Sunday many ol our ladies and
gentlemen visit the place. 'J'L. ann Is
one of the most h ghly cultivated and
iifatly kept to be found In Southern Illi
nois. The lines! fruit ol every decip
lion Is rai-ed.iu abundance, and it
is at the command ol ad vi-.tor. Mr.
Wi-ilall lias provided hi- pi e e with
every convcliiei ce liese.-uy to the en
joyinrnt and comlort of hi-gui't, ami
lor a few hour of plea-ant recreation,
thi is the place. 1 he di ie Irom Cairo
is an exceedingly ph-a-ant one.
-..I. Smith Ku-si i, i he gr' a' humor
ist, supported by a pow. rlu! company of
muit.-:il stars, will pay Cairo a vi-it this
bill. Io the ofg.iiii.itmu, which will
oon start on it-tour Irom llo-ton, are
.lules G. I, milliard, the poruilar b:is-o
ol New Yolk; Mi-s Dora II. Wiley, late
plim i donna of the I5o-tnn philharmonic
club: Mi-s Anna E. Ilolbrook, the popu
lar contralto, who lor two -ea.-ons met
with -uch Mattering sueccs while a
member ol tin-famous Homabce troupe;
Sir. I.. M. Packard. Huston's tavorite
tenor and M:-. Annie l'lumrr. piaiiui-t,
The company i- traveling und. r the
mai.agi mi nt n! Hathaway and l'oud.
proprietors ot tht lldpath Lyceum
llureau id lei-ton,
i o ii.e K blur ol tit I a;ro la 1.1 1. 1 in
Okaii sii: : lu your i--itie of Sunday
morning ymi juihu-; an article m restard
to Win. P. .:ott, a peddler, w ho w as ar
rested and lined lor plying his trade
without lieen-e. Mr. K'litur. this is a
q'l'.-tioii w ! i it : i will b; br night belore
the commercial e uum milv. h an old
commercial drummer to tn; subject to
anet without any evidence ol bis beinir
a pc'ller'r A few' of your merchant.- ap
prove Ot siii.'h an ordinance. 1 think
C..iro i- a city old enoileli to ke. p up
with the times. lu Kvaiisvide, a tar
young'-r city than yours, the city c iiiu
ell W'.i'.il.l not i'ive a hearing to a:i onli
nance that wouid li.ive a teiidclicy to de
bar commerce I r-i ii coding to tln ir city.
It i- true that th'Te are law- gnvtri'iiiiig
p'-d Iini-. but your aid'.' aid eloquent at
torney did nut define the meaning of the
term pedh-r. They mav call a respecta
ble busnics-i lu in coining to your city to
do biuine-s with your merchants a vag
rant and line him witnout evidence that
he is such. Therefore I deny the charge
agaiu-t me, and defy your city attorney
to pr.ive tint I am a pel Her. Nut wi-h-ing
to explain my busiuc-, as I don't
want any five adveru-in,'. pl'-ae liud en-e!o-ed
my bu-iue-s cai d.
W.M. P. Si ul I.
A Solace for Die A.m iI.
In the decline ot lite, as the vigor ol
the sYsteui wanes, an ! iiilinni'le attaik
it lo w hicii in early liie it wa- a stranger,
theuseofa sale medical stimuliiit is
If ghly a lvi-ai)Ie. X. tilling, a exp-ri-ciice
shows, is ,, a i:nir,i!ey a hpfed to
tli-wants of old jieople a llo-tettcr's
Stomach Hitters. It it a real solnnce to
the aged, and the best safeguard they
can possibly ue againt the complaints
to which they are peculiarly liable. It
invigorates the body and cheers the
mind, is pure, agreeable and i flcctive.
llheiiiuatisin, lumbago and gout are
more lrequently developed in ao than
in youth or middle lile. llo-tettcr'a
Hitters are an excellent remedy lor those
paintul disorders, and also tortity the
system against them. They never cre
ate umlue excitement, are gentle in their
action, and are infinitely purer than the
Uiiuiedieated .stimulants of commerce.
A lleiu lit Hall.
On Friday night, the 27'.h instant, a
number ot the young men of the city
will give a hem-lit ball at Scheel's hall,
the proceeds of which will be iir. sented
to .Mr. Con. Price, one of Cairo s olde-t
and best known citiens. For month
past, Mr. Price lias been an invalid, ami
an inmate ot the hospital, and his many
trieiids, knowing tb,; straightened cir
cumstances, Into which he has fallen,
have taken this course to show their
good will toward him. In bis prosperous
days Mr. Price was one ot the men who
at all times was ready to extend the band
of charily wherever it was needed, and
now that the dark days of his lile have
cast their shadows about him, it i, the
duty of all our people to make some re
turn for his many good deeds in the
pint. Let everybody buy u ticket for the
A Itlill.U Deal.
On Friday, a constable named Andy
Brown, came to Cairo Irom Pulaski in
search ot the negro who shot and robbed
Mr. C. Moore ot that place last Thursday
night. In the course ot his travels
about the city, Brown imbibed rather
freely in drink and as a natural conse
quence got drunk. The next morning he
awoke to Iind h uisi-lf about ono hundred
ami twt nty-livo dollars, a revolver ami
nuincioiis other art'cles poorer than
he w as when he arrived in town, some
light lingered gentleman having got that
amount ot money and the other trinkets
Irom him. Brown applied to Chief of
Police Arh r for" assistance in helping
him to llud his money and property, and
after a search ol several hours, they suc
ceeded in recovering the revolver, whloh
had been "shoved up" in a saloon, but
the money could not be traced.
rV"'"" r p""af
2Ir. II. T. Gerald, superlnteujent of
the Cairo City Gas company'! worka,
has gone to li ucinc, Wis, to spend Ida
vacation. II'! will be nb-ent about three
Dr. Wardner li lt for Chicago on
Sunday, lis will return in a lew days.
Mr. Os. (ireinley, ot Goose Island,
is In the city,
-The Pifv. Mi'. Muse, o: t.allipolls,
Ohio, was in ( alio m, Sunday, and on
the invitation of ihe Kev, Mr. George,
occupied the pulpit in thtt Presbyterian
chiirch;t the inornliig vrvce. Mr. Mu-e
lelt for Hot Springs, Ark., yt-terday
Postponed but not Abandonatl
Owing tolheunlortuii ite sinking ol the
-teaim r (ioldi ii Pule, the steamer T, I".
Kckerl has been unavoidably called to
her l s-i-'uiin:, and will not be able to
make tht! excursion as advertised. I
h ive telegraphed lor other boats, and
the least price one can he procured for U
S'.iHl. That amount, a loss ofadded to oth
'T .xpeiiM'it would entail at least .fillJO,
hell.- '.he eX''iir-ioU will be postponed
until Mich time as the Kckert
return, din- notice of which will be
The uiiforlunate sinking which necessi
tated the services ol the Li kcrt being be
yond my control, I therefore trust the
I public, ami those expecting to go from
neighboring points, will appreciate my
situation. Very Ile-pccttully,
IIknuv Win ik ii, Mayor.
Cairo, duly sU, 177, ' ;Jt.
IK l A IS 10 I.KAVK 10 1A V,
I.lllie. W . I, all .
. ..Nnv Uriiaiis
HI Mill, WKAIIIKU, EIC,
The river last evening was '.'A feet on
the gauge, having risen I inches durii g
the pa-t l' t hour. The weather is cloudy
and turning cool, liusiness i- dull.
Al;l!l Kit AM) Dl.l'AK-, Kit.
The Port Lad arrived from New Or-l-an-
la-t evening, tow ing in addition to
lur bare the towboat Future City,
which is sulli-ri'ig Irom a broken shalf.
The batges of the Port Lads calitiiiu COO
Grand Lik-. and II trge irom st. Louis
to return to swap tows with l,rt Lads.
Pilot Henry Ahtun arrived tiom St.
Lou. a ye-t-rdav, having left there ju-t
belore tlie .-trike.
.ij tai.i lluri.oidi: is now wai'ing b r
the K maw ha due lure Irom St. I.ouis to
day. iie will go up t lie Ohio t i'.h empty
b.i.-ge-. Captain liurn-ide i the agent
lor the delivery of the salt of the I'ouic
loy salt transportation company.
The L. M. Norton l.-lt Middlepnit on
Saturday with a low of salt for Ibis ort
and St. Louis.
Alil(lVKI) AN It UKI'RIKII.
Tin: Aikau-as Belie arrived irom Kv-au-ville
Sunday with a lijjlit trip ol
height and the excursion party that
went out on the Mlewi-'ii on Siturday
The C. A. I'onnallv Irom Cinncinati to
New Orleans, made additions here ami
cleared well laden.
The Hdle ShreyepDit, from St. Louis
lo New Orleans al-o added some freight,
and has a tine trip lor the South.
The Cpy ol Helena, from Vlcksbur; to
St. Louis, hid only a moderate cargo.
The Mary Miller trout St. Louis
to Cincinnati is well laden ami
picked up some Ireigtit here.
The Andy Ilium Irom Memphis to
Cincinnati has a 1 air trip ol lreigbt and
I he City i f Vicksbiirg from St. Lui
to Vicksbiirg was well loaded ami made
additions here. She is newly repaired
and ta-:elully painted and looks better
than she ever did.
The latest new from tho .sunken Gol
den Pule is unfavorable ami it is leared
she will prove a total loss. She was in
jured by flanking in against a cypres
knee and sunk at Onega landing to the
hurrk-ane roof on the outside and to the
boiler deck on the inside. Her chimneys
are liable to go overboard at any mo
ment, and it is possible tor her to slide in
to iniicli deeper water. She is insured
'J in: tugs Monlauk and Cache have
been provided with pumps lor pumping
out barges. The pump is placed in
trout of the pilot house, lias u
long suction that is ca;ly adjusted anil
can be instantly set in or removed from
a bout or barge.
Commodore Davidson has ordered all
the boats in the Keokuk northern line
pack :t company to do their coaling and
transferring at Alexandria, owing to the
lact that the authorities at Keokuk pro
pose to ealorce payment ot whirlage
w hich the commodore claims is exhorbi
taut ami unreasonable.
The steamer Sandy burned at Shreve
port on Friday night ami was a total
los. She was Insured for JJ.COi) and had
Mr. George Gilmoie of the
Cairo City coal company is
a'. Crittenden springs, resting.
Captain Owen Davis sold the Laura L.
Davis at Cincinnati, on Friday last to
Captain J. C. Peno for $S,.")00. .She will
continue in the St. Louis and Cincinnati
CAHtOM-IX-Ola, Mo.s-r.AY Pvkiing, )
July .'i, I;;. (
The weather is cool and plea-ant,
though we have hud no rain for several
days. The market during the last two
days ol last week was fairly active par
ticularly in tlie llour trade, but to-day,
as is usual on Monday, It is quiet and
but little has been done. Pates by
river to New Orleans are unchanged 23c
per dry hhl., and lo per cwt.
stocks of flour are fuller and botti r
and we hear no complaints of a scarcity.
The order trade U fair, thou, h not brisk.
While no decline bin taken place, prices
are weaker and purchasers cl round lots
would be able to obtain concessions
There la very little doing in hay.
There Is a fair local demand, but other
wise the market Is quiet. Receipts are
light, though the supply on the market
is fulr. Trices are steady at quotations.
The demand for white com for
milling purposes is good, though
otherwise the market Is
quiet. The shipping demand is light.
Kecelpts are meager, and the supply on
the market small. Prices are unsteady
and range all the way from 5G to 59c for
white in sacks. There is only a limited
demand tor mixed, and prices are quiet
at uOfjtdc There is no Improvement
in the oats trade. Tho supply is ful y
equal to tho demand. Keceipu are light.
Prices are steady at quotations
There is a good demand lor meal at i2 )o
('('A. The supply on the market is fair.
Country meal is In fair supply and
libetal demand, at $2 H .(iijl 'jO
Bran is comparatively scarce. '1 ho de
mand is lair and prices are steady at
jltcl.) per ton For other articles
1 UK MAIIKKT.
Ivj" Our Irictid should bear lu mind
that the prices here given are only tor
sab s from llr-t hand In round lots. In
tilling orders ami tor broken lots it is
iieces-ary lo charge an advance over
lhc-e figures, "fi-ia
The llour market has undergone no
material change since our last report.
Stocks art; about equal to the demand.
Prices are unchanged, though weaker
and in buyers' favor. Sales noted were
Co bbls. choice family j7 CO ; ICO bbls.
XXX til S.C.J.7 ; 100 bbls. choice family,
7 7C; i'i H) bbls. XXX $7 23; ICO bbU.
low XX ill 73; luO bbls. choice fam
ily, ?7 23; 73 bbls. choice family. $7 CO:
CO bbls. good tatnily $7; 400 barrels va
rious grades 7 (ICVo !).
The hay market is quiet, and trans
actions an: very light. There is no other
deinuud than that Irom tht! local trade.
Peceipts are light though the stock on
the market is good. Prices are un
changed, and we quote choice Timothy
at idl Co t. I'J, and goo I mixed at Sll(;i,
11 CO, Sales noted were 1 car prime
Timothy, ill CO; 1 car choice Timothy,
ill; 1 car good mixed, ill 23.
Tin: demand for while corn lor milling
purposes is good, lbeeipts are light
and the market hare. Price are un
steady uu. I quotations show a varience
Irom C'l to CUc tor white In sacks. Mixed
i-in lair supply with only a limited de
mand. iles reported were 1 car white
in hulk, C,(c; 1 car white in sacks, 50c;
I hi sacks white CiJc; -I cars white in
There is no improvement in the con
dition ol the oats market, and receipts
are small, the demand is light, and for
ihe time being the supply is ample.
Price. are steady at li.v lor northern
Sicked. We noli! sales ol 2 cars northern
in sacks, ;)Si.-; 1 car tin, lis.
Then.' is a good demand tor meal at
quotations. The supply is fa r. Prices
arc steady at f 2 'Xiajl. Country meal is
In lair supply w ith a liberal denial, d at
2 SCOi'2 UO. Sales noted were 23 bbls.
good country. $2 00; 2'K) bbl. City, $:!;
230 bbl. City, 2!l.ys;i.
Bran is in light supply. The demand
is not active and transactions are limited.
Prices are steady at 1 l(ii, 1 3. Sales
iioieo weic i sach., jii; i'.i ai'KS,
fit CO, CD sacks, SI 3.
There is a fair supply of potatoes on
the market. Tlie demand is liberal, at
40"7,43c per bushel. We note sales et Cll
bushels choice, 43.'; 23 bushels common,
40c; llado. Hie.
There Is a fair supply o all kinds ot
poutlry on the market. I he demand is
gootl and prices range as per quotation.
Sales were 2 coops old liens, 2 30; 3
coops young chickens, $1 73; 1 coop
young, small, Jl 23; 1 coop old hens,
Eggs are pleutyjaud dull. Prices are
"ei-So. Sales wers 3 patent cases 8c;
4 boxes, 7c; ODO dozen, 8c; COO dozen in
bad order, shippers count sc
Receipts of peaches are light, and the
demand firm. Gootl are worth -Itifo. 30.;.
tor l-'i bushel box. Apples are plenty
and dull sale, at S.ViidOi: for choice.
Choice butter lor table purposes is
scarce and in demand at li't(5tlSo. There
is very little on the market. Common
and low grade butter is In abiiudai.t
stock, willi no demand. We note sales
of .'t buckets Iresli, medium grade, ISj ;
13 tubs northern packed, 10(ii,lMc; 23 mill
southern Illinois, lill lc.
Sales ot salt Wert 3U0 bbls. at f 140.
St. Louis, Mo.
IHOS. A.RICE, A.M.L. L. B ,
I AO. A. in,.
I. H, HUKWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOUrtSHIP.: $81 00
MOST Cuinrlfte, Thorough ntiil I'ractici
courtK of Mnily iu the I'nitni States t
rourse iiiilisii.-nsililr t tvi-ry yJUiiK' Uiau tuj
barltiug oa trie act ol life.
For IllSftnted, Circular,
I HuS. A. KICK. A. M., L. I.. Ii.,
Iruui as- k-arh-f ail tt lu.
tiui.iew.aoii.il know on
.;.urt.liip. Marn.nT, t.'ta
toil lli'vfiailoni ot Ilia
.llkLam ,.v v ..-J."',,U.":'?,"V "'""'
ZL 7.L --v" r.murviii ui .aiitanu m-rlpta.
who .no ild ntarn.ihMii.pi'diawiiM In naman, llwu ii
"H&Z ik.'-P,""'i "i""'aii If euif i it I. tk. cml.Vallt
taali Tn1" f X '"1J' " ".IM Ti
Adclr-M, r. Cv A. Bi'iiaonak, tit Kuta iiua atu
1? Mil Wli
Tht Elegtot Steamer
Will leave Cairo ti o'clock p. ru, , Satarday,
July il, IsTT, lor an txcuraioa
TO PADUCAH AND RETURN.
tare for the rounfl trip, including retVesh-riii-ntu,
$1 ou. Sui.r, im cent extra.
lio.ii -will Uave from foot of
Sith atreriat lo'f.loo p. m , returning will
arrive all a, in. oeoU niuaic, Uauciug, eto.
E. V. Knnltera Bitter Wins f Iron
has ntiVt-r been known to fail in the cure ot
weakueas, attemled wtih ay in c, torn ; lodin
position to exertion, lout of nn-uiory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, narvous trembling, dread
ful boirorof death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ol the muscular system,
enoruioiiM appetite w ith dyi rptto )
tern, hot hanla, Dusbini; ol the bo fy, dry
uess of the akin, pallid counteDai.ee and
eruptiiiu on the face, purityinx the blood,
paiu in the ha.-k, beavinoss ot the eyelid,
freipieiit black spots flyinfr before the eye
with temporary suffusion and lose of sight,
want ol attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine ot
troa. It never fulls. Thousand are now
enjoying health who have used it. Get
the genu ne. Snlil only lo ft bottles. Take
only E. K. Kunkel's.
Ask ior Kunkni' Bitter Wine of Iron.
I his truly valuable tonic has been so thor
eugbly tested by alt classes of the commu
nity tnal it is novv deemed indispensable
as a tonic medicine. It costs but little,
purities the blood and k'lves tone to the
stomach, renovates the sys'em and pro
t nnlv ask a trial of this VAlutble tonic.
Price 1 per bottle. K. K. Kunkel, sole
propriet .r, No. f.!t North Vinth street, be
low Vine, Philadelphia, Pa Ask lor Kun
kel's Bitter Wine of Iron, ami take no
other. A rhotou'riph ol the prop.ietor ou
each wrupper; all others are counterfeit.
Beware of counterfeit". Do not let your
druggist sell you any bin Kunkel's. which
is put up only as above represented. You
c mi getsix hottlnslnr five dollar. All I
u-k is one simple trial.
TAPE WOKM REMOVED ALIVE.
Head and all complete in two nours. o
fee till hea passes. Seat, Pin and stomach
worms reinilod by Dr. Kunkel. 2C9 North
Ninth street. Advice free. Xo ;ee until
head a ic I all passes In one. and alive. Dr.
Kunkel Is the only successful physician iu
thi country (or the removal of Aorm-, and
his Worm Syrup is pltasant and sale for
chliil. en or grown person, bend for cir-
ular, or ask tor a bottle of Kunkel's
Worm Syrup. Price one dollur per bottle.
(iet ii ol your druggist It never tails.
LVNl KtSU E.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Baak Building, tip-stairs.
fhe Oldeat RsUblished At-enoy In South,
em llsinola, repreaantuiar OTtr
ttl.i 000 000
City National Bank
W.P IT A I.I.IDA V , President.
IIKNHY I.. II AI.I.Il'A Y, VicePreet.
A II HKK)H1), Caabii-r.
WA' ' ' It HYSI.oP, As'lCahier.
!i. -STAATS Tatloh,
II I,. Halmday,
ll. II. CO'MXliHAal,
W. P. Halmbat
li. I). WlLLIAM-OS
A . B. Sarroiio.
Exohango, Coin and United States
Honda Bought and Sold.
DKI'OSITS r--ivM and a fenerml banklnil
f Hrois. rri-slilent. H. Wella, Caahier.
P. Ntiff. Vice I'rta't. T. J. Kerth. Asst. aah'r
3orner Commercial Ave. auid Bt Street
f, Tlntsa, Cairo. Wm. Klugf, Cairo.
P. Nff, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
, SiManka, Cairo. K I.. UlUiiitinU-y, t. Louis.
K, lliiilt-r, Cairo. tl. Wella, Cairo.
11 . Hrhikmao. St. Loaii,
J. Y. Clunson, Caleiluula.
.1 altacial Httiikiuf Bnalueae Dome.
tF.xchantresoliIandttouKbt Intoreat paid
o toe SaTiiiics lipartiiint. Collfwllons made,
od all business uruuiully atWDded lo.
eesucso to suit tbs mil
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 3d floor f 3 . 00 Per Da
Speoltvl Rata br Waak ar Moatth
A limited number of Tsry desirable lain
rouma can k aecuml at reaaooable rale lor the
The St. Charles Is the Unrest and beat aopoln
ed tloua In SouUiara llllaota, and la Ui leavl
hotel la Cairo, tiotwIUwlauidluf tk "B
Hock" retluctlon la irlea, the table will,
usual, be liberally supplied with Itoevery
of f ferrtblui that cea ba found la market.
Fine lane sample rooms for eonumarciel tear-
elara, on around Ooor, free of eharce.
ErAil banranorcuaaw eoovejoa to saa iro
thelolaJ without chaxe.
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